Repairing a roof – everything you need to know. The ins and out of repairing a roof, from identifying the problem to the material you’ll need.
6 Things To Know About Roofing Insurance Claims Before You File. The more foliage you have overhead, the more maintenance you may need. Keep the roof clear of debris and keep trees and other plants at least 3 inches off the roof at all times. Low-hanging branches can rub holes in your roof.
The Chamber helped celebrate Roofer Chicks’ 5th Year Anniversary in business with a ribbon-cutting! https://www.chamberinnewbraunfels.com/articles/post/ribbon-cutting-feller-roofing/
Can You Install A Metal Roof Over Asphalt Shingles? People have been installing additional layers on rooftops for decades – in fact, it used to be common practice and likely would have been considered wasteful in terms of time and energy not to do it. This practice is done less and less with asphalt on asphalt shingles, yet many people still find it acceptable to bury a shingle roof under a metal one.
Shingles Looking Worn? A Complete Cost Guide to Replacing Your Roof. You can expect your typical asphalt-shingle roof to last about 20 years, though climate factors like high humidity, heavy winds, and buckets of rain will cut that lifespan short. When you confirm your roof needs replacement — either by its age, an inspection, or signs of wear and tear — don’t delay this project.
Roof Damage: Here’s What Homeowners Insurance Covers, and What It Doesn’t. The saying “keeping a roof over your head” is synonymous with the very concept of home. Maintaining that roof, and repairing or replacing it when it gets damaged, can easily be one of the most expensive aspects of being a homeowner.
Published recently with this quote: “As a roofing contractor, I help a lot of people select their roof color. There are so many materials and colors to choose from, you could write 100 page paper on it! In general, I usually try to establish if a house is in the brown or grey color realm (some are both, but generally most houses fit in one or the other). Then, you pick a roof color that has some contrast to the siding, but is complimentary. Don’t get too bland – for example, if the siding is beige, don’t make the roof another beige, go with a darker brown. I have general rules of thumb – white houses look great with black roofs, red brick homes look amazing with grey or even slate tones. There are many apps where you can import a photo of the house and see what it looks like with different roof types – I know GAF has one.”
Today we’d like to introduce you to Ami Feller.
Ami, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
I get asked quite often- how in the world, did I, a GIRL, get into roofing??? Was my dad a roofer? Noooo… I was just following my big brother around like I did my entire childhood.
Read More …